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side medicare chief testifying before the senate today. tomorrow hss kathleen sebelius's turn and then what they want to hear. >> i personally shared with the secretary in september tla that there were modules that we were going to delay. farmer: hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? >>> just a reminder it is election day. so get out and vote. bill hemmer. and big races in the country. virginia democrat terrory mccallus battling it out. and governor chris christie is expected to win reelection easily. and first time in 12 years new york city will pick a new mayor. and the democrat is expected to trounce the republican opponent. >> polls are open until seven. >> the kids will not be able to hear their dad's voice. and it is devastating until they are teenagers and toddlers right now, they
. bill: tomorrow we have kathleen sebelius back. it is her turn then. she faces the questions from the senate committee. senator john thune sits on that senate committee. it's been a week, what kind of improvements have you made. how much further do we have to go. senator thune on that. er. >> learn about the gunman who opened gunfire on a shopping mall in new jersey. witnesses describe the chaos as they were leaving last night. >> gunshots echoed through the mall. there were a lot of customers that they hear a gunman on the loose and shots fire, we need to get out. i got them out of the store and just kept waving them on. >> nobody knew what was going on. our instinct was to tell the manager to close the store gate. we did that. then we heard another gunshot. at that type we were all traumatized and shake. >> all we wanted to to was get safe. >> people were dropping stuff and literally running for their lives. bill: what do we know know about what happened last night? >> reporter: it was 10 minutes before closing type when this gunman walked into this mall he just opened fire rand
and human services kathleen sebelius years d more than four ago to recover taxpayer dollars to keep the american people safe to aggressively pursue fraud and misconduct when ever and it is found. he conduct is shameful and unacceptable. it's displayed a reckless indifference to the safety of american people. and it constituted a clear abuse public trust, showing a blatant disregard to laws designed for public health. as our filings make clear, these crimes.victimless americans trust that the medications prescribed for the arents and for their grandparents, for their children, and for themselves are selected because they are in the patients' best interest. laws enacted by congress and the efforts of the food provide administration safeguards for the drugs that uses that have been safe and effective. fforts by drug companies to introduce the drugs for interstate commerce for those ved uses subvert laws. likewise, the payment of kickbacks undermines the udgment of health care providers. it creates financial incentives to increase the use of certain putting the health of some patients a
and women serving as part of the healthcare fraud prevention and enforcement team or heat, which kathleen sebelius and i launched more than four years ago to recover taxpayer dollars and keep our people safe and to aggressively punish fraud and misconduct wherever it is found. the alleged conduct is shameful and it is unacceptable. it displayed a reckless indifference to the safety of the american people and the constituted an abuse of the public trust showing a blatant disregard for systems and laws designed to protect the as our filings made clear, these are not victimless crimes. americans trust medications prescribed for their parents and grandparents, for their children and for themselves. they are selected because they are in the patient's best interest. the laws enacted by congress and the enforcement efforts of the fda provide important safeguards to ensure that the drugs are proof -- are approved for uses that are safe as well as effective. efforts by drug companies to introduce their drugs into interstate commerce for unapproved uses subvert those laws. likewise, payment of kick
and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is preparing to testify tomorrow morning on capitol hill. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> a new san francisco report backs up the popular belief about rising property values squeezing out long-time city residents. overall, evacuations are up 38% in san francisco in the last three years. but the city says the number of eve vickss by landlords who want to sell instead of rent, the units skyrocketed 170% in that same time period. the biggest increase in the numbers was between 2012 and this year. >>> as air travel for the holidays begins to pick up. san francisco international airport is working on changes to minimize weather delays. a new procedure just approved by the faa will allow planes flying into sfo to stagger their landings and use both runways instead of lining up single file. many long-time sfo passengers say the new program is long overdue. >> i think i just kind of expected there's a possibility of fog and bad weather and it might have a delay. >> definitely. if it will be bad weather, i'm
, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will testify before the senate finance committee. she has said that problems with the health care website will be fixed by the end of this month. >> abc news reporter jonathan careasked about the health enrollment problems. here is some of that exchange. yes as waser is reported widely at the time. the whole point is that cms is processing paper applications, but it bypasses the need to create an account. creating an account is what led to the bulk of the issues in the early days. theially, on the launch of marketplaces on october 1, you are not able to do that by phone. in response to the trouble that thes were having online, unacceptable trouble they were having, we balked up the staffing of the call centers and made it possible for individuals to call and enroll and sign up and bypass the creation of an account, so that could be handled by the: centers. these applications are then processed through fixre working to in terms of the user experience, the whole point was to alleviate the frustration th
at a congressional hearing, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius told democrat g.k. butterfield that americans have no reason to worry. >> do you have confidence in these and other measures you are taking to protect the security of americans' personal information? >> i do, sir. >> reporter: while officials try to fix all the problems with the web site, internal notes released today from a government meeting last week reflect a new concern: that the media may begin to follow customer experiences and in some cases, c.m.s. fears, there are fewer health insurance options that would be desired and "relatively high-cost plans." >> pelley: sharyl attkisson in our washington newsroom. sharyl, thank you. a legal settlement worked out today the biggest ever involving wall street insider trading. the hedge fund s.a.c. capital has agreed to pay $1.8 billion, and it will plead guilty to criminal fraud charges. s.a.c. capital is owned by the billionaire steven a. cohen. he was not accused of wrongdoing. senior business correspondent anthony mason is joining us now. anthony, why is this such a
kathleen sebelius will face more questions from congress tomorrow. >>> the mayor of north america's fourth largest city now admits to smoking crack cocaine. allegations surfaced in may that mayor rob port of toronto was caught on video taking drugs after months of avoiding the question this morning ford confessed to smoking crack about a year ago while drunk. police have a copy of the video but it's still unclear if ford's confession will lead to criminal charges. >>> sometimes there is an ugly side to a sports team winning a major championship. [ screaming ] >> this is an incident last wednesday in boston after the red sox won the world series two young women college sophomores from worcester were stuck in traffic and surrounded by a mob banging and climbing on their car. >> the whole car was shaking. >> reporter: what were you and your roommate thinking? >> we were just like screaming and just terrified. my first thought was to try to get out of there. [ screaming ] >> the car has thousands of dollars of damage mainly to the roof, hood and front headline. one other car was overturned th
information. >> reporter: for health and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius, said, at a hearing, americans don't need to worry about security on we know many are already experiencing security breaches. she is back for another hearing. >> another hearing. perhaps another grilling >>> today is election day. a slate of political contests are on ballots across the country. the closely watched governor's race in agenda has become a referendum on obama care. democrats are pushing terry mcauliffe in a tight race against a tea party favorite. >> are you willing to make your case every single hour every single minute? >> campaigning for democrat, terry mcauliffe, sunday, president obama, said republican, ken cuccinelli, a favorite of the tea party and a staunch opponent of abortion and gay rights, is too conservative for the swing state of virginia. it is an argument mccough live has been making. >> cuccinelli tried to ban common forms of birth control. >> even the bill. >> even the pill. >> way too extreme. >> reporter: mcauliffe told us that his strategy in this race wi
services secretary kathleen sebelius said at a hearing here last week, americans do not need to worry about security on but we now know that many americans are already experiencing security breaches. sebelius is back here, anne-marie, for another hearing tomorrow. >> another hearing, perhaps another grilling. susan mcginnis in washington, thank you. >>> well, today is election day. a slate of political contests are on ballot across the country. the closely watched governor's race in virginia has become a referendum on obama care. as chip reid reports democrats are pushing terry mcauliffe in a tight race against a tea party favorite. >> are you willing to make your case every single hour, every single minute? >> reporter: campaigning for democrat terry mcauliffe sunday president obama said ken cuccinelli, a favorite of the tea party and a staunch opponent of abortion and gay rights is too conservative for the switch state of virginia. it's an argument mcauliffe has been making in a barrage of negative ads. >> cuccinelli tried to ban common forms of birth control. >> even the
audio] >> like last week, today's testimony will be followed tomorrow by kathleen sebelius who will be before the senate finance committee to answer questions about the rollout of the health care excite and more. today's hearing will be available shortly online at ,omorrow fostering at 10:00 live on c-span. carl icahn were today continues this afternoon at 2:30 eastern, with the seller foreign license committee, holding a hearing on the disability rights and international law treaty before the united nations. tom ridge will testify along with richard thornburgh and tammy duckworth. that is this afternoon at 2:30. tonight, live coverage of election results in new jersey and virginia. both states are electing governors today. live coverage at 9:00 on c-span. impact of the health care law on hospitals and the quality of care was the subject of an event held by u.s. news & world report monday. donna shea leyla took part in this discussion. also bill frist. [applause] and thanks for allowing me to host this panel. this is an amazing group of folks appear. ,, i doi ge
kathleen sebelius should be fired. someone needs to be responsible. early from washington -- earl from washington said if they wanted obamacare to work they would have made it such a great deal they would want everyone to sign up, telling people they will get fined if they don't, and screwing them over when they say uncle, that is bad practice. >> and we love hearing from you, send me an e-mail gerri willis do obamacare getting a hollywood rewrite, in weeks, months and years, hollywood could not seem to shut up about it everyone from jennifer hudson to lady gaga campaigned for the law, but since the flop, celebrity world has gotten quiet until now. california endowment a private foundation spending a half million to promote obamacare stock make shire tv writers and producers have information about the affordable care act to be included in upcoming story lines of your favorite shows. imagine that! saying that young people will believe anything you put on tv. it's all a lit teal late. i'm not too sure that the troubles with obamacare stem from people not hearing enoug
and kathleen sebelius web site for dummies. they are face is priceless. >> you know what that picture represents? someone who is so clueless. if it was you or me or any one in this table i would look at them and go i am not taking it. she takes it and pictures holding web site for dummies. you are kidding me. they really need to get rid of her, clean house, get rid of cgi. i have been reading up on cgi, wow, are they lost. they are completely -- good luck. no chance. >> i had a dream about sebelius. she was here in a floral pant suit and i thought she was the queen of england. >> on that note. >> coming up, race ons this election day including here in new york city with the mayoral candidate. >> disaster. >> 40 percent over the republicans. the republican is that guy on the right, joe. >> lhota. >> that's the problem. >> the problem is obama doing campaigning with him? you are surprised? don't forget to check out the web site at >> you did worse than me. [ male announcer ] 'tis the season of more. more shopping. more dining out. and alo with it, more identity theft. by th
is because these essential benefits, the ten essential benefits were passed by kathleen sebelius executive order out of hhs after the bill was passed. he is trying to say i didn't mean it, i meant until the bill took effect. >> the truth is if you had a plan before the bill was passed and they didn't change it, could you or could you not keep it? >> president obama should have manned up and said things changed. the environment changed. some things had to change in the law and guess what? we missed this one. instead of doing that, he said, no, no. remember i said that? which he never, ever said. >> he thinks that because he is so much smarter than all of us, right? we are supposed to understand what he meant. no, you're not smart enough to understand that obviously i had caveated in air quotes. >> didn't he say we don't understand obama care. >> can't you blame him? all of this is born of a singular belief that half the american people aren't paying any attention or are dumb. hey, they must have voted for me. i'm inexperienced. i'm a community organizer. i can get away with this because ame
the mix up was a software glitch. >> his boss, kathleen sebelius will face more questions from congress tomorrow. >>> crews at the department of public works are trying to fix a water main break downtown. the 6 inch pipe broke under saratoga street this morning. people will lose their water or have low water pressure. no word on how long repairs will take. >>> a much milder november afternoon. it's been cloudy most of the day. will things warm up more as the week goes along? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram is live at bell bell deveer kwar and-- square and bob turk is in the first warning weather. >> we're above average for this time of year in easton. 58 ocean city. the dew point is back up to 42. we are 13 degrees warmer right now than we were yesterday at this hour. 15 degrees warmer in easton and 12 over in dc. so it was a much, much milder day. it started off chilly, 34 at the airport, 12:00 over in dc. so it was a much, much milder day. it started off chilly, 34 at the airport, 40 in dc and even out to the west temperatures just around
kathleen sebelius for more. good to see you tonight. as the president was out there with the 800 number he knew that basically was just another way of sending people to the website ultimately. >> it's a facade. it's one of several facades, megyn. the president already has a nobel prize for peace. i think he's shooting for one in fiction to send people to the mail instead of the website when you know you are going in exactly the same queue is to create an appearance that everything is going swimmingly when you know otherwise. >> why can't there be honesty? we picked it up with marc. why can't he say, i didn't tell the truth or broke a promise. i broke a critical promise and millions of american peoples are hurting because of it. this is what i will do. we don't have that. what i said. this is what he said. what we have said was if you had a policy that didn't change. that's not what he said. now the thing about, oh, you can just call the 800 number. that just directs people back to the website. >> i could have sworn he said "period" at the end and now he's addededed a lengthy footnote. if a
-span at 10:00 a.m. at the same time on wednesday morning, hhs secretary kathleen sebelius testifies in front of the senate finance committee and secretary sebelius and other obama officials won't talk about the research and the updates that should be completed by the end of the month. you can see that at 10:00 a.m. eastern on wednesday. >> you are watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs weekdays featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate and on weeknights, watch key items and the latest nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can get our schedules are websites nuking join in the conversation on social media sites. >> our series on the affordable care act in conjunction with kaiser health news focuses on what is happening with the insurance plans that are being canceled. this is 45 minutes. >> on this segment of the "washington journal", we have been taking a look at the implementation of the four book act with the help of reporters from kaiser health news and julie appleby is back to discuss the reason why some individuals have seen their plans canceled by providers as a lot th
. it was a week ago she was grilled at a house hearing prior to kathleen sebelius, who is the health and human services secretary. joining me live is republican congressman robert pitten jer. he's been calling it a national disaster of the also joining us, tom scully who served as cms administrator under president george w. bush. he's a republican working who's been promoting the health care law, and seies it as a potentia gold mine that could make some people very rich. congressman, you were not in favor of the government shutdown over the aca or defunding the law. why do you see the health care now as such a disaster or what do you see that can be done to enhance it to make it work properly? >> well, thanks, thomas. yes, i had voted 15 times to defund or replace, reform the health care law. however, i just felt the strategy that was being advocated to shut down the government was not going to be fruitful. as it turned out, as i anticipated, it only had 14 votes in the senate to go along with that strategy that would require a shutdown of the government. that didn't seem to be very politicall
alexander in his remarks did call for the hhs secretary, kathleen sebelius, to resign. we'll keep you posted on developments. to p rove to you te is the better choice for her, she's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with her all day to see how it goes. [ claira ] after the deliveries, i was okay. now the ciabatta is done and the pain is starting again. more pills? seriously? seriously. [ groans ] all these stops to take more pills can be a pain. can i get my aleve back? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. for my pain, i want my aleve. great. this is the last thing i need.) seriously? the last thing you need is some guy giving you a new catalytic converter when all you got is a loose gas cap. what? it is that simple sometimes. thanks. now let's take this puppy over to midas and get you some of the good 'ol midas touch. hey you know what? i'll drive! and i have no feet... i really didn't think this through. trust the midas touch. for brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling) tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 life ins
like ray. >> host: health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius was asked about this exact subject at last week's energy and commerce -- i'm sorry energy and commerce committee hearing. i want to play a little bit of that in combat to julie appleby and get your thoughts on her appearance before the committee. >> before during and after the law was passed a president kept saying if you like your health care plan you can keep it. is he keeping his promise quest. >> yes, he is. >> okay. would you say to the 300,000 people in florida you mentioned are the 28,000 in tennessee that cannot get health insurance? their plans are terminated. is he keeping his promise to them? .. appleby am a what was your biggest take away from the appearance of kathleen civilians on the hill last week? i think this adds to the difficulties of the rollout. not only issues of the health care not going to blake but but issue of people keeping their health insurance plans. republicans are very upset about this. saying you have to get this health care website fixed. has to roll out smoothly or will affec
you very much, everybody. >> [inaudible] >> back on capitol hill, health secretary kathleen sebelius testifies tomorrow on the health care website problems and insurance coverage. she has gone on the record as saying that those problems will be fixed by the end of november. she is before the senate finance committee tomorrow at 10:00 eastern. tomorrow afternoon, a committee examines hurricane sandy relief efforts one year or it we will hear testimony from the fema and director -- fema director. 2:30ll have that live at tomorrow on c-span. earlier today, the national review hosted an election preview where panelists gave their thoughts about tonight's governor races in new jersey and virginia. this is one hour. >> welcome to the national review's preview of the 2014 election and the discussion of the 2013 elections in virginia and new jersey. i am bob costa. we are here with a great panel to talk about the outlook of national politics. i am glad and appreciative to have a great panel with us today. some of the top analysts in the over the keyo races and themes that will be animating o
committee facing questions on the rollout of obamacare. kathleen sebelius testifies again tomorrow. here are obamacare headlines, twenty-nine million people, sixty-eight% of the population will not be able to keep the health insurance they have, that from the duke university economist. kaiser family foundation says seventeen million middle-income americans will be eligible for tax credits to reduce the cost of their insurance under obamacare. with all this news on obamacare look at the health insurers, not good. they were down in the past week, down again today as obamacare runs into trouble. coming back a little, we were down triple digits at the top of the hour, down 61 points, oil down. no the "fumbling around with rotating categories" card. it's not the etting blindsided by limits" card. it's the no-game-playing, no-earning-limit-having, deep-bomb-throwing, give-me-the-ball-and-i'll-take- it-to-the-house, cash back card. this is the quicksilver cash card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere, every single day. so let me ask you... at's in your walle
this. and -- to monitor all this. and tomorrow the secretary of health and human services, kathleen sebelius, is scheduled to testify before this committee. you can expect more tough questions. dennis? dennis: all right. thank you very much, peter barnes. cheryl: well, call it a cause for celebration, all ten sectors of the s&p on track to finish the year up over 10% for the first time that we have seen double-digit gains like this since 1995. let's bring in ceo and founder mark madison in studio, it's great to have you here. >> great to be here. cheryl: if you look at what the s&p has done, we saw this price action back in the mid '90s, and it was a bloodbath after that. when you see gains like this, doesn't it make you a little bit nervous? i know you're bullish, but you've got to act acknowledge this. >> actually, no, it doesn't at all. we have to be careful of making false patterning. while this hasn't happened since right before the last crash, the human, the human psychology, the human instinct is to assume that's going to happen next. the reality is it has absolutely zero cor
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